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Rutgers Breaks Ground on New Nursing and Science Building in Camden

Rutgers Breaks Ground on New Nursing and Science Building in Camden

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie joined Rutgers President Robert Barchi, Rutgers–Camden Chancellor Wendell Pritchett, New Jersey State Sen. Donald Norcross, and Camden Mayor Dana Redd at a ceremonial groundbreaking for the construction of the new Nursing and Science Building at Rutgers University–Camden. The Nursing and Science Building will be a state-of-the-art, $62.5 million teaching and […]

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Students Learn the Value of Interprofessional Teamwork for Patient Care

Students Learn the Value of Interprofessional Teamwork for Patient Care

Professionals from across disciplines often collaborate with each other in order to deliver key services to the community as effectively and efficiently as possible. In the healthcare industry, that kind of communication is essential to patient care. Rutgers–Camden students in the law, nursing, and social work fields recently joined students from the Cooper Medical School […]

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First-year Student Strives to Help Others

First-year Student Strives to Help Others

Ricky C. Jackson leans back to answer a question, raising his quiet-but-confident voice over the noises of a bustling crowd gathering during a late morning in the Rutgers–Camden Campus Center. “You can do so much in life, but it’s up to you to take the initiative,” he says, cracking a smile. Initiative isn’t something Jackson […]

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RU Involved?

RU Involved?

Rutgers-Camden students discovered all of the ways they can get involved on campus and in the community during the annual Campus Involvement Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 25 on the campus quad. Hundreds of students spent their free period learning about Rutgers-Camden’s clubs and activities. For information about clubs and activities on campus, visit the Office […]

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Fall into Fashion

Fall into Fashion

The job market is competitive and first impressions are always important. With that in mind, “dress for success” was the motto as student leaders modeled appropriate career fashions during the annual “Fall into Fashion” event, which is designed to help Rutgers–Camden students prepare for internships and job interviews.

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